List of 10 news stories.

  • Front row: Leena Shin, Andrew Timmer and Jayden Baiyewu; second row: Sydney Antonucci and Zachary Magrogan; back row: Jacob Patterson, Danny Cohen and Tommy Cohen. Not pictured: Alexander Brown.

    Cadet Promotions 2019-2020

    On March 22, St. John’s Cadet Corps announced the names and ranks of next year's regiment leaders, including the next Cadet Colonel: Andrew Timmer ’20.
  • David Street ’04, Mary McCarthy ’12 and Jillian Griffith ’10 shared their service careers with the senior class.

    Service and Success Beyond SJC

    On March 8, Mary McCarthy ’12, Jillian Griffith ’10 and David Street ’04 returned to campus to speak with the senior class about their service careers. Even though each has pursued a different profession, they are all driven by their passion to build community through helping those in need. 
  • DeBorah White and Kelvin Lassiter from the National Coalition for the Homeless shared their powerful experiences with the junior class.

    Poverty Education Week in Action

    From March 4-8, St. John’s held its 11th annual Poverty Education Week (PEW).
  • A Journey of Leadership, Discipline and Passion

    On Jan. 31, St. John’s welcomed Michael Kelly ’88, vice president of athletics at the University of South Florida and St. John’s trustee, as the guest lecturer for the annual Distinguished Speaker Series.
  • SJC Launches Young Alumni Business Network

    On Jan. 4, St. John’s Alumni Council and Entrepreneurial Center hosted the inaugural SJC Young Alumni Business Network event for the classes of 2013-2018.
  • Ethical Entrepreneurship and Social Change

    On Dec. 11, Andreas Widmer, assistant professor of entrepreneurship and director of the Carlyse Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship at the Catholic University of America’s Busch School of Business and Economics, spoke to the junior class about how human dignity and ethics inform entrepreneurship and business practices.
  • Writing Center Staff Learns to Instruct and Inspire

    This November, students and faculty from St. John’s Writing Center attended the Secondary School Writing Centers Association’s annual conference at George Mason University.
  • St. John’s President Recognized as Distinguished Lasallian Educator

    On Nov. 17, St. John’s President Jeffrey Mancabelli was honored as a Distinguished Lasallian Educator at the 45th annual Huether Lasallian Conference.
  • Honoring the Fallen

    On Nov. 14, members of St. John’s Cadet Corps participated in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery.
  • From left: Brian Keller ’64, Shawntese Charles ’99, LJ Hoes ’08, Orlando Wright (accepting on behalf of Chris Wright ’07), Jim Burns ’81, Thomas Graham ’78, Keegan Teare ’95 (accepting on behalf of John Haley ’57), Kristen Dozier ’06 And Conrad Bolston ’03

    Athletic Excellence

    On Nov. 2, St. John’s welcomed 11 individuals and three teams to the Athletic Hall of Fame.